Can you please elaborate on the requirement that you have.
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My initial guess is that the OpsMgr agent for Linux/UNIX doesn’t have any dependencies on these processes, as the agent doesn’t initiate or respond to any RPC operations. Having these turned off is not a configuration
that we test with, so there could be a dependency that doesn’t jump out in the initial thought experiment. But since the out-of-box management pack for includes monitors for these processes, one presumes that the agent will be able to report that
these processes are no longer running, and hence the agent should still be working if they terminate or are not running.
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